Q: What comes after meters?

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Answer: 66 Meters. Just had that same problem on a math mates worksheet.

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Look at the number that comes after the decimal point. Is zero bigger than one, no one is bigger than zero so 2.16 metres is longer than 2.061 metres

There are 1000 meters in a kilometer. That is what the prefix "kilo" means. 0.3 times 1000 meters is 300 meters. 300 meters minus 60 meters is 240 meters.

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5 feet 7 inches (67 inches) comes out to 1.7018 meters in height / length.

Directly between 15 meters and 17 meters would be 16 meters. Though there are MANY numbers that may be between them. For example, 15.679, 16.00039, 16.09873522, etc.

After a picometer comes a femtometer. A femtometer is equal to 10^-15 meters, making it smaller than a picometer.

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400 meters answer from aplus !!

There are an infinite number of shapes that can have an area of 5000 square meters. The first one that comes to my mind is a rectangle, 50 meters by 100 meters. A square 70.71068 meters by 70.71068 meters is almost exactly 5000 sq meters. A rectangle 80 m x 62.5 m, is also 5000 sq. meters. You can pick triangles, circles, etc.

They weren't named after a person, the word "meter" comes from the Greek word "metros", meaning "to measure".

There are 1240 meters in 1.24 kilometers. You can convert kilometers to meters by multiplying the number of kilometers by 1000 since 1 kilometer is equal to 1000 meters.

The amount of lava that comes out of a volcano can vary greatly depending on the eruption type and size of the volcano. In general, volcanoes can produce anywhere from a few cubic meters to millions of cubic meters of lava during an eruption. Some eruptions, such as those from shield volcanoes, can produce lava flows that extend for tens of kilometers.

Yes it comes with two activity meters see who's the most active in your family.

Answer The abbreviation for meters is m.Another AnswerSI units have 'symbols', not 'abbreviations'. The SI symbol for the metre is a lower-case 'm'.M